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Open Source Economics

We can keep taking what we’re given, or we can reinvent value

Local Economy Led by a Polish transplant and Princeton University graduate who describes himself as a designer, doctor, educator, engineer, entrepreneur, industrialist, philanthropist, scientist, social entrepreneur and tech...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Zane Fischer

Get Start-Uppity

Are you an entrepreneur or a wantrepreneur?

Local Economy On its sleepy, brown exterior, Santa Fe isn’t exactly a hot stew of entrepreneurial angst and venture capital cool, but a closer look reveals a community ripe with ideas and plenty of high-level investors...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 SFR

A Question of Quality

The calculus of happiness remains elusive, no matter how you crunch the numbers

Local Economy Santa Fe has a brutal cost of living when compared to the average annual income of individual citizens. Most Santa Feans, however, will tell you they enjoy a high quality of life. How is this possible?

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Tim Kraemer

Buy Local: No Ifs, Ands or Uncovered Butts

Five things you didn’t know you could buy locally

Local Economy Sometimes even the most well-intentioned local shoppers assume that certain items just aren't available in Santa Fe

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Zane Fischer

Selling Local

There’s a flip side to buying local, and it ain’t always easy

Local Economy In Santa Fe, as in a growing number of cities across the country, the economic benefits of buying locally at the consumer level are well-documented and routinely championed. But there’s very little in the...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Zane Fischer


The Local's Guide to the Santa Feconomy

Local Economy SFR has traditionally published our locavore’s guide to Santa Fe at this time of year. This year, we present Worth: The Locals’ Guide to the Santa Feconomy. We tackle a broad swath of the issues and...

Wednesday, March 16, 2011 SFR
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Morning Word: Stolen Email Lawsuit Dropped

Morning Word A federal lawsuit filed by several people who had their emails stolen by Jamie Estrada, a former Republican operative who gained control of the Gov. Susana Martinez 2010 web domain, has been dismissed. ... More

Sept. 27, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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